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Agriculture - Specific Purpose in Farm Administration - Green Cert

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Pallaskenry Agricultural College

Pallaskenry Agricultural College


 
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Course overview

Course Code 6S3006
QQI Award Code
Award National Framework of Qualifications level

Course Description

This course, accredited by QQI, is suitable for people who wish to meet the minimum educational qualification requirement for Stamp Duty Exemption on the transfer of land. It does not provide a progression opportunity for those wishing to complete a third level agricultural course.

What will you Study?

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